7103Re: [NTO] IE7
- Feb 4, 2006
> the other thing is if you want to use the tab function in ie7 anybody knowSince they are copying Firefox in essence I would try control+t as that
> how ??
> THANKYOU DAVE M
does the trick in Firefox. Also if you hold down shift and click you get
new browser window or control and click, new tab. In Firefox there are
tab browser options (as an added extension) that lets you configure all
sorts of thing. I suspect if you find options you may have similiar
control in IE 7. For example I have mine set to load new tabs in the
background and then I go to them after they have loaded while I continue
to read the current page. Also, when I reopen my browser it opens the
same windows that I left open when I shut down. As I am using a laptop
that I start and stop, I find that very handy and very "notetab like".
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